byJewish Agency for Israel. Youth Aliyah Department
Der Daat Hachewrah Gwrych-Castle. Varying Titles: Daʻat ha-hevrah דעת החברה Summary: During World War II, 200 Jewish refugee children were housed on Gwrych Castle after arriving on a Kindertransport. The boarding house served as a training institute for those preparing for Aliyah. (Norton, Jennifer A. The Kindertransport, 2010. p.68) Originally part of the Julius and Elisabeth Hirsch Family Collection, LBI Archives call number AR 25585. Part of the Camp Hutchinson and Gwyrch Castle... Topics: Jewish refugees Wales Periodicals, Religious Zionism Wales Periodicals, Jewish children Wales...